Minimize Compliance Risk With OIG Stats

October 2012
Eli's Rehab Report;Oct2012, Vol. 19 Issue 10, pp78
The article offers tips on how home health care centers in the U.S. can minimize compliance risks. It mentions that home health agencies should take a hard look on their practices and avoid exceeding thresholds of therapy services. It also notes that agencies should educate their beneficiaries about therapy services.


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